Dawson Knox back to full practice; other roster news and shakeups
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — It’s no secret that depth has been an on-and-off issue for the Buffalo Bills this year. As the second half of the season comes around, the team hopes to fortify their roster. On Thursday, they made some adjustments.
Cornerback Cam Lewis has been signed to the practice squad and quarterback Davis Webb has been elevated. Lewis recorded four tackles in Buffalo’s week 4 win over the Houston Texans.
Jake Fromm is another QB coming to the roster. He was elevated from Covid/Injury reserve list along with wide receiver Tanner Gentry.
Defensive tackle Justin Zimmer, though, is heading to the injured reserve after suffering a knee-injury that will require season-ending surgery.
In Thursday’s practice, Dawson Knox was a full participant for the first time since the lead up to week six against Tennessee Titans (the game in which he fractured his hand).
#Bills Thursday injury report notables:— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) November 11, 2021
?? Dawson Knox – full practice
?? Spencer Brown – full practice
?? Cole Beasley – limited (ribs)
?? Zack Moss – limited (concussion)
?? Jaquan Johnson – limited (concussion)
?? Tremaine Edmunds – no practice (hamstring)
Spencer Brown was also a full participant after a limited practice on Wednesday as he dealt with a back injury.
Cole Beasley’s was limited (Ribs), as was Zack Moss and Taron Johnson (concussions).